Hassim and Immada would come down to the coast and wait for him on the islet.
They were on the upper extremity of the islet, while I was approaching it from below.
The yacht lost way rapidly, and lay quite still with the islet exactly abeam, half a mile off, as the captain had calculated.
Hund shuddered at the thought, as it recalled what he had seen and heard at the islet.
It was found, apparently gregarious, under dead leaves in an islet in Trinity Bay.
Of course I said to Vogel islet,—at least as far as Vogel islet.
One evening he stopped at an islet in Lake Hielmar for the night.
It looked to him as like a wall as any other rock about the islet.
The channel was unobstructed; and not an island, islet, or rock, was visible.
The feat was performed,—the islet was not to him inaccessible.
islet is·let (ī'lĭt)
A small island.